The Chartis Center for Rural Health has been monitoring and modeling rural provider performance in an effort to better understand the overall stability of the rural health safety net. Our research findings have made an important contribution to the national narrative around the complex challenges confronting rural providers and the downward pressure caused by different policies and legislation.
The impact analysis available on this page was presented to – and shared with – attendees of the National Rural Health Association’s 2019 Rural Health Policy Institute conference in Washington. National-level data analysis is available by clicking the link below. To access state-specific data, please click the appropriate state.